British music stars deceased in Natural causes

Here are 7 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Natural causes:

Captain Bob Farnon

Captain Bob Farnon (July 24, 1917 Toronto-April 23, 2005 Guernsey) also known as Robert Joseph Farnon, Bob Farnon or Robert Farnon was a British conductor, composer, film score composer, music arranger and trumpeter. He had one child, David Farnon.

Related albums: Canadian Impressions, The Lost Recordings, Colditz March / State Occasion / The Westminster Watz / A Star Is Born and Overlord / The Disappearance / Hustle. His related genres: Film score.

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Jill Haworth

Jill Haworth (August 15, 1945 Hove-January 3, 2011 New York City) a.k.a. Valerie Jill Haworth was a British actor.

She began her career on stage in London's West End and made her film debut in the iconic 1961 movie "Exodus" alongside Paul Newman and Eva Marie Saint. She is best known for her role as Sally Bowles in the original Broadway production of "Cabaret" in 1966, a role which earned her a Tony Award nomination. Haworth also appeared in numerous TV shows such as "The Fugitive," "Mission: Impossible," and "The Saint." Later in her career, she became a acting teacher and mentor, coaching actors in New York City. She passed away in 2011 at the age of 65 due to natural causes.

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Stanley Unwin

Stanley Unwin (June 7, 1911 Pretoria-January 12, 2002 Daventry) also known as Unwin, Stanley or Professor Stanley Unwin was a British comedian, writer and actor. He had three children, Marion Unwin, Lois Unwin and John Unwin.

Unwin was known for his proficient use of an invented language known as "Unwinese," which relied on deliberate mispronunciation, wordplay, and nonsensical phrases. He began his career in entertainment in the 1930s, performing as a stand-up comedian and also working as a film extra. He gained fame in the 1950s and 60s through his various television and radio appearances, including his own show on BBC Radio.

In addition to his comedic work, Unwin also authored several books including an autobiography, "Win or Lose," and a novel, "The Truth About Breastfeeding." He also made numerous appearances on game shows, including "Celebrity Squares" and "Call My Bluff."

After retiring from the entertainment industry in the 1970s, Unwin remained active in various charitable organizations in his community. He passed away on January 12, 2002 at the age of 90.

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Marian McPartland

Marian McPartland (March 20, 1918 Slough-August 20, 2013 Port Washington) a.k.a. Margaret Marian Turner, Marian McParland, McPartland, Marian, Marian McPartland with Strings or Margaret Marian McPartland was a British writer, composer, radio personality and jazz pianist.

Her most important albums: Marian McPartland Plays the Benny Carter Songbook, Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz (feat. Dick Hyman), Live at Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume Nine, In My Life, From This Moment On, In Concert, Just Friends, Marian McPartland at the Festival, Marian McPartland's Hickory House Trio and Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz Featuring Eubie Blake. Genres she performed include Swing music, Cool jazz, Ballad, Bebop, Post-bop, 20th-century classical music, Standard and Mainstream jazz.

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Peter O'Toole

Peter O'Toole (August 2, 1932 Connemara-December 14, 2013 London) a.k.a. Peter Seamus O'Toole, Peter Seamus Lorcan O'Toole, Peter O'toole or Peter James O'Toole was a British actor, film producer and voice actor. He had three children, Kate O'Toole, Lorcan O'Toole and Patricia O'Toole.

Peter O'Toole was best known for his role as T.E. Lawrence in the 1962 epic film "Lawrence of Arabia," for which he received his first Academy Award nomination. He went on to receive seven more nominations throughout his career, but never won the Oscar.

Some of his other notable film roles include playing King Henry II in "Becket" (1964), Don Quixote in "Man of La Mancha" (1972), and Eli Cross in "The Stunt Man" (1980).

In addition to his film work, O'Toole was also a successful stage actor, performing in productions of "Hamlet," "Macbeth," and "Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell."

O'Toole was known for his charismatic and larger-than-life personality both on and off screen, and his love of alcohol and partying often landed him in the tabloids. He passed away in 2013 at the age of 81.

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Stanley Black

Stanley Black (June 14, 1913 Whitechapel-November 27, 2002 London) also known as Francis Stevens, Martin Hughes, Sol Schwartz, Colin Dean, Solomon Schwartz or Stanley Black OBE was a British conductor, music arranger, pianist, film score composer, composer and bandleader.

His discography includes: France, The Music of Irving Berlin, Tropical Moonlight, Place Pigalle / The Music of Lecuona, Moonlight Cocktail / Sophisticat in Cuba, Some Enchanted Evening / Summer Evening Serenade, The Latin World of Stanley Black, Black Magic, Capriccio! and Cuban Moonlight / Tropical Moonlight.

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Sheila MacRae

Sheila MacRae (September 24, 1924 London-March 6, 2014 Englewood) also known as Sheila Margaret Stephens, Mrs. Gordon McRae, Sheila Stephens, Shela Stephens, Sheila Stephenson, Sheila Stevens, Sheel, Dee-dah or Sheersie was a British actor, singer, film producer, comedian, writer and author. She had four children, Meredith MacRae, Heather MacRae, Gar MacRae and Robert Bruce McRae.

After moving to the United States, Sheila MacRae began her career on stage and in films, often playing in musicals, such as "Biloxi Blues" and "Back Street," and was nominated for a Tony Award for her role in "Hey, Look Me Over!" She also had roles in several TV shows, including "The Jackie Gleason Show" and later, the soap opera "General Hospital." Along with her acting career, MacRae was also a television producer and created a show called "The Honeymooners" based on her work with Jackie Gleason. MacRae was also a published author, releasing a memoir titled "Hollywood Mother of the Year." MacRae's legacy continues through her children, who have also had successful careers in entertainment.

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